Accession Number:

ADA163709

Title:

Management of Bottom Sediments Containing Toxic Substances: Proceedings of the U.S./Japan Experts Meeting (10th) Held at Kyoto, Japan on 30-31 October 1984.

Descriptive Note:

Final rept.,

Corporate Author:

CORPS OF ENGINEERS FORT BELVOIR VA WATER RESOURCES SUPPORT CENTER

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1985-10-01

Pagination or Media Count:

416.0

Abstract:

Contents Legal System and Works for Preservation of the Port, Harbour, and Marine Environment in Japan A Model of Nitrogen Release from Bottom Sediments Study on Chemical Behavior Between Sediment and Upper Water Evaluation of the Factors Governing the Mobility of Dredged Material Placed at Open Water Disposal Sites Numerical Prediction on the Effect of Phosphorus Release Control by Sediment Derdging Ecological Evaluation of Organotin-Contaminated Sediment Characterization of Sediment Contamination Utilizing BioassayBioaccumulation Testing Identification of Promising Concepts for Treatment of Contaminated Sediments The Influence of Accumulating Organic Sediment on the Marine Environment in Osaka Bay Results of Sedimentation and Elutriate Tests from Osaka Bay Sediment Partial Review of Dredged Material Disposal Techniques Lime-Cement Hardening of Very Soft Freshwater Clay Dewatering of Bottom Sediments Flow Processes of a Cutterhead Dredge Selection and Management of a New Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site at Coos Bay, Oregon, to Receive Contaminated Dredged Material Wastewater Treatment by Soil In Situ Stream Water Clarifying Tests Purification of Nho River by the Gravel Contact Method Principles and Practices for the Ocean Disposal of Dredged Material - The London Dumping Convention Re-examined Progressive Trenching Using a Scraper Digger Environmental Conservation in the Port of Maizuru.

Subject Categories:

  • Physical and Dynamic Oceanography
  • Water Pollution and Control

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE